I have an interesting problem with a Windows XP setup involving "users" with restricted access rights and "Administrators" with full system access.
If a program crashes for a user, the standard crash notification is suppressed and the program just seems to end. When an Administrator logs in they then see ALL of the notifications. That's every crash on that machine since the admin last logged in, for every user, one at a time, with a few seconds of delay between each one. In one case we had a machine onto which an Administrator had not logged onto for nearly a year... needless to say there are a lot of crashes that can occur over the course of a year.
What on earth is causing this? Some googling has so far turned up nothing of use (seems to be a hard thing to find the right search terms for).
Thanks for any help provided.
I stumbled upon this link detailing a similar scenario. For Windows XP the option ForceQueueMode for error reporting is off. As I can find no such setting on our XP machines it must be off. Perhaps there is a group policy setting that has a similar name?